Cognitive & Immune Support

Amla Plex™

Enhanced Chavanprash for Immune Support

Product Number AY0001 (UPC #891501001012)

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AMLA PLEX™ is made from 35 select ingredients, including spices and herbal extracts. It is based on a traditional chavanprash recipe from Ayurvedic tradition. This ancient recipe is considered one of the world's finest immune enhancers, and is a natural source of vitamin C, bioflavonoids, and tannins. Its primary ingredient, the amla fruit Emblica officinalis, has traditionally been used as a rejuvenative and an adaptogen. The fruit has documented antioxidant properties.

In Ayurveda, amla is used to promote lean body mass, immune function, and general well-being, and helps maintain blood sugars already within a normal range. We use raw organic honey as a sweetener. Along with its many other benefits, it also provides great nutritional support for all ages. Amla Plex™ is a dosha balancer, a rasayana in Ayurveda, and is said to help maintain vitality and youthfulness.

Amla Plex normally uses sesame oil in place of ghee to maintain the essence of traditional chyawanprash while making it dairy-free. However, due to supply chain restrictions as a result of the pandemic, our current batch of Amla Plex contains a small amount of ghee. Learn more here.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Main Herb
  • Promotes immune function and general well-being
  • Natural source of vitamin C, bioflavonoids, and tannins
  • Adaptogen
  • Helps maintain blood sugar levels already within a normal range
  • Promotes lean body mass

1 teaspoon in the morning or evening or as directed by your health care provider.

Guna (Properties): Light, dry

Rasa (Taste): Sour, astringent

Vipak (Post-Digestive Taste): Sweet

Virya (Energies): Cold

Prabhav (Effects): Tridosha balancer

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